"ey, he wears a bonny white feather in his cap, for sure," said old Reuben Rae.
Merely a grunt of satisfaction; perhaps a brief, "ey, ma—back?"
"ey dunna care for ghosts so long as yo are near me, Phil," said Nancy, tenderly.
ey, and I told 'im he'd never bring it off with Hide on the bench.
If yo'n sworn to stay here, ey'n sworn to set yo free, and ey'st keep meh oath.
"ey, it's true," said the blacksmith, breaking down at length.
ey'n watch her narrowly, an if it turn out to be so, she mun be cured, or be secured—ha!
"ey, ey," sobbed the broken woman, who rocked herself before the fire.
"Thoud'st best lem me be, ey tell thee," replied the boggart gruffly.
ey, it's gay bad wark, to be sure—being dragged into the fire.